Strategic Catastrophe

The administration's grasp of strategic realities has collapsed.

Richard Fernandez observes that our problems are larger than Kabul.

The fact that no senior official was fired and the administration insists on characterizing obvious ineptitude as resolute excellence underlines, rather than belies, their delusional character...Thus, while there is an acute tactical crisis in Kabul there is a far larger strategic crisis in the West brought on by the collapse of Joe Biden’s command. This ensures that the catastrophe, rather than diminishing, has only just begun. It will not end when the last qualified person leaves Kabul but when the U.S. political system has found a constitutional way to clean house.

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Chaos on the Ground, Collapse at the Top
Command failure
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